Documents obtained by George Mason University following a Freedom of Information Act request finally show the influence of donors on the university`s economics department and law school. 10. Program Age Requirementsa. Minimum age. The student must be at least 17 years old on the launch date of his program.b. Conditions for students under 18 years of age. For students under the age of 18, a parent or legal guardian must complete a medical information form and a liability exemption form. These forms must be completed, signed and returned before the start of the program, otherwise the student cannot begin their studies. The next day, Dean Butler made it a “Game Changer for Mason Law,” claiming he was “R&R in Cabo for a week” (p.
60). Two weeks later, Mr. Leo met with the Scalia family to obtain their consent and said, “I am spending the weekend with the Scalia family and I will make sure they are good with the name” (pp. 65-66). Less than a month after Dean Butler`s text before sunrise to Vice President Bingham on March 31, 2016, the grant agreements were reached with the Charles Koch Foundation and the anonymous donor. The Koch Foundation agreement provided grants to the GMU Foundation for a total of $10 million over five years. The agreement with the anonymous donor provided for $4 million per year for five years, based on the annual findings of the donor and a “third party beneficiary” in their “sole and absolute discretion,” based on “written proposals” from the George Mason Foundation that the Law School fulfills a defined “mission.” This “mission” is to “focus on the study of Law & Economics. which provides the faculty with a common culture” and “other related areas of concentration and intellectual leadership such as.
Constitutional Studies, Administrative Law and relations between justice and freedom”, including a new Centre for the Study of the Administrative State and the Centre for Freedom and Law. The grant agreement considered Dean Butler a “critical part of promoting the school`s mission” and requires that donors and third-party recipients be immediately informed “if the person in the position of dean changes” (p. . .